Managing director Tim Hurrell explained, "Most cruise websites use generic destination / ship images that are often only region or cruise line specific and don’t represent the destinations or actual ship concerned. To us this seems like complete madness and potentially misleading. We decided that we would only show our customers destination / ship imagery specific to the cruise they were looking at, the question was how best to do so".
Available for every cruise holiday on the Cruise Amour website, the new Cruise Amour ‘Photo Itineraries’ give passengers a day-by-day view of their cruise. For each day the ‘Photo Itinerary’ shows a destination or ship image and a brief snippet of helpful information combined with standard itinerary information such as date and port of call.
"We realised that by showing a relevant image for each day of the cruise we could help our customers experience and visualise future holidays, giving them a sneak peak of what their next holiday photo album may look like.
The Cruise Amour’s ‘Photo Itineraries’ can be seen in action by visiting the Cruise Amour website and clicking on any of the offers listed on the Home page or on the Our Best Offers page.
Source = Cruise Amour